Hannibal on march

Victory, DeAngelis climbing $10 mil mini

The life of Hannibal is heading for the small screen as part of the latest slate of projects from Teutonic entertainment outfit Victory Media and its Italian partner DeAngelis Group.

The $10 million miniseries is being bankrolled by Victory’s new $50 million Multimedia Fund 22, which is also financing “My Lady,” a $10 million historical miniseries about a young English lady dabbling in political intrigue in the court of Louis XVI during the French Revolution.

Both projects are in development and do not yet have a director or cast attached.

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